Audio MD5 Checker is a tool to compare an audio or music file MD5 checksum. This is done by using FFmpeg’s md5 checking codec.
The software accepts WAV, FLAC, and MP3 files, and it will compare both files to check if their audio MD5 checksums match. This is important if you are recompressing files, like converting WAVs to FLACs or recompressing MP3 files with MP3Packer. This will compare both files so you can be sure they contain an exact copy of the audio.
Another example is when you rip your audio CDs with Exact Audio Copy. EAC usually extracts the tracks as a WAV file and then uses this file to re-encode the audio to your desired format. If you’re encoding to FLAC, you’ll want to use this tool to compare both files and make sure you get a correct FLAC file.
- If the audio MD5 matches, the file will be highlighted in green.
- If the audio MD5 does not match, the file will be highlighted in red.
Note that both sides must have the same amount of files, and they should be in the correct order. Otherwise, you’ll get incorrect MD5 matches because the files being compared are different.
You can also drag and drop files and folders into the software.
NOTE: You need ffmpeg in your machine. Refer to this guide to download ffmpeg.
- Can now save the result list as a CSV file.
- The software will check if ffmpeg exists before running.
- Initial release